The Economic Case for Palestine

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The Economic Case for Palestine

By Elias H. Tuma and Haim Darin-Drabkin
St. Martin's, 1978
126 pp. $15.95

In an unusual collaboration, an Israeli Jew and a Palestinian Arab propose that historical "Palestine" is economically capable of sustaining both a Jewish and an Arab state. Much aid, trade and planning, however, will be necessary for the Arab state to be viable.

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